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The morning of September 11, 2001, created new challenges for our nation to protect its borders, its infrastructure, and most importantly, its citizens.

Catalyst Partners is unsurpassed in its understanding of the issues affecting the homeland security environment.  Our partners include former senior staff from Capitol Hill, leadership from the US Department of Homeland Security, experts on critical infrastructure and emergency management and successful business leaders from the private sector.  Businesses — as well as associations, universities, and local governments — have sought out the expertise of Catalyst Partners because we are uniquely positioned to help others navigate the complex and ever-growing homeland security and defense arenas. 

Our Homeland Security and Defense Practice encompasses a full range of service areas concerning policies, programs and procurements for various homeland security matters.  We also work with defense contractors, systems integrators and other industry leaders who have products and services that play a role in the homeland security realm.  Whether it is informing Homeland Security officials of their decisions’ impact on the industry or helping clients find new business opportunities in this emerging arena, Catalyst Partners always works to achieve concrete, proven results for our clients.

Catalyst Partners believes in rolling up our sleeves and doing what needs to be done for our clients to achieve success in the homeland arena.

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Vance Taylor - July 14, 2014

Last week, the House passed a bill reauthorizing the Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS) program. While the bill keeps the program going for 3 years at a time, the legislation institutes a program largely unchanged from its current form…which is a good thing.

David Olive - June 20, 2014

While ISIS is capturing national concern, Iraq is not the only place where terrorist activities are happening this month. Earlier in June, Tarheek-e Taliban attacked the Karachi, Pakistan airport. What is striking is the terrorists were found with a gunshot wound U.S. military technology called XStat, which had only just been approved by the FDA. How did terrorists get this new technology?

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